According to Reality TV Scandals blog, reality TV personality and local attorney Phaedra Parks finally sat for her deposition.
If you recall, Parks filed a lawsuit against author Angela Stanton for publishing a book detailing alleging criminal activity on the part of Parks and her known associates. Vibe magazine, which published Stanton’s book, ultimately settled with Parks for an amount that was reported to be $2,500.
Parks sat for Stanton’s deposition in February. Since then, Parks ducked and dodged Stanton’s lawyer’s requests to sit for her own deposition in the presence of Stanton.
In last night’s episode of VH1′s scripted TV series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, Mimi Faust learns her boyfriend, Nikko, is married. That’s funny. My friend who grew up with Nikko doesn’t recall him mentioning a wife. But I keep forgetting this is a scripted TV series with some of the worst acting in the brief history of reality TV.
Watch the episode after the break.
The Dopamine faded quickly for Britain’s reigning pop princess Rita Ora and her DJ ex-boyfriend, Calvin Harris. The couple dated less than a year before Rita packed her things across the pond and move in with Harris on the west coast. After the break up Rita, 23, wasted no time moving on to tatted musician Richard Hilfiger.
Before you say “oh no, not this loser!” Richard, who goes by the stage name “Ricky Hil” or “Rich Hil,” is the privileged son of the famous fashion designer, Tommy Hilfiger.
One of the greatest actors the world has ever known is dead. Robin Williams reportedly took his own life on Monday, Aug. 11, at his California home. He was 63.
“Robin Williams passed away this morning,” his media representative Mara Buxbaum told CNN.
His rep tells CNN the actor suffered from severe depression. The coroner’s preliminary cause of death is “suicide due to asphyxia.”
When social media took the place of expensive publicists (some of whom charge $250 per hour), savvy celebrities figured out how to use the social platform to create fake scandals and PR stunts for cheap publicity.
Most notably, power couple Jay Z and BeYaki are accused of pulling off one of the biggest stunts of the year — faking marital problems to boost sagging concert ticket sales. Apparently their stunt worked: the tour reportedly took in over $100 million in tickets sales.
Less notably, reality TV star Draya Michele reportedly pulled a similar stunt by taking to Instagram to announce she and fiancé, NFL player Orlando Scandrick, had split up.
Barney’s NY has agreed to pay $525,000 in fees and penalties for racially profiling two Barney’s customers.
The settlement was reached after a nine-month investigation by the New York state attorney general’s office.
Canadian actress Chattrisse Dolabaille has been selected to play rapper producer Missy Elliott in the Lifetime biopic on the late singer Aaliyah‘s life.
The Internet melted down when a similarly hued actress, Zendaya Coleman, was chosen to play Aaliyah. Coleman, who is mixed, backed out of the project when the pressure became too much to bare.
Power couple Kanye and Kim Kardashian-West seem to be saying it’s better to make Love — and not war — on an elevator. This photo is in obvious reference to Jay Z getting body slammed on an elevator by Beyonce’s unstable sister, Solange Knowles.